The Big Brother Head of Household Competition will potentially be played out on the live feeds. There wasn’t enough time to do everything that needed to be done during the Thursday night episode, forcing the competition to finish out later in the evening.
While it’s not a good thing for the CBS viewers, this could be great news for subscribers to the live feeds. It means that the first live competition of the summer could finally be played out online. This article will serve as a live report as things play out on the feeds.
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Fourth Head of Household Competition
Nick Maccarone cannot play, as he is the outgoing HOH. The winner of the Camp Comeback Challenge is allowed to play, though, putting 12 people in the competition.
This is an important power to win, as there is a definite split in the house now. With the return of an evicted houseguest, it is also going to potentially ramp up the level of drama inside the house.
Check back following the East Coast viewing of the new episode, at roughly 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT, as the article will be updated based on results from the competition. Even if it isn’t played out live, this article will relay any information provided on the live feeds from the houseguests.
HOH Competition results
The feeds were down while the competition was played. It took a long time to get to that point, as there were several hours of drama with Nick and Bella trying to convince many people in the house that they were still on the same side.
The competition ended up being played very late in the night, likely after a lot of live feed subscribers on the East Coast had already gone to bed.
Updated at roughly 11 p.m. house time, it was revealed on the live feeds that Cliff Hogg won the HOH Competition.
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